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Absolutely Not Your Monkey

Nov 22 2006

A little different

You might have noticed this site looks a little different. That’s because I went over to Prince Roy‘s fourth-floor castle last night and got Mark to have a look at my code, which hasn’t really been dusted off since 2001, just added to and tinkered with whenever I found a bit of HTML to cut and paste in there. As a result, Mark was saying a lot of things like “Nobody uses DARPA settings anymore” and “I think I saw this tag once in 1997” when looking at my template. As Prince Roy had an early morning the next day, we didn’t have enough time to do a complete overhaul or, as I’m increasingly inclined, to migrate the whole thing to WordPress, as everyone seems to be doing these days. But I know that if I do, a year or so down the road someone will come up with something else that everyone will migrate to from WordPress.

Mark did manage to find the reason I haven’t been to implement a site feed, and now that he’s fixed it, I have real site feeds for all my blogs up and working. Of course, now I am expecting a huge spike in my readership and possibly a pony and/or limo, even though I’m constantly assured that that will happen when and only when I move to WordPress. In view of today’s wider monitors, I adjusted the width of the text so that it doesn’t go all the way across the page. It still doesn’t look quite right; I’d like the sidebar on the right to be close to the edge of the screen, for example, but it should do for now, or at least until I play around with it some more and see what looks good.

posted by Poagao at 1:33 am  

4 Comments

  1. maybe we can get Mark back on the job saturday night. I’m sure we’re just a tweak away from 100,000 hits a day!

    Comment by Prince Roy — November 22, 2006 @ 1:31 pm

  2. Well, someone still has to figure out how I can get comments and backlinks set up on my Chinese blog.

    Comment by TC — November 22, 2006 @ 1:32 pm

  3. WordPress is definitely the way to go. It is light years ahead of blogger as an efficient content management system. My computer skills aren’t particularly great, but I managed to make the move without any hassles.

    Comment by david on formosa — November 23, 2006 @ 6:01 am

  4. Looks much better this way!

    Michael

    Comment by Michael Turton — November 29, 2006 @ 10:56 am

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